Made in America Week Kicks Off at White House

WASHINGTON, D.C., – The White House is refocusing its attention on products made in the USA.

The Trump administration is kicking off its theme week by inviting businesses from across the country, including Arkansas.

On Monday, President Donald Trump welcomed businesses from all 50 states to the White House. The goal: showcase products made in America.

For companies like Arkansas-based Hytrol, it's a chance to show the country what's possible.

Trump and his staff spent the day learning about everything farm equipment to hats.
The president said his administration is determined to improve working conditions for businesses big and small.

"I want to make a pledge to each and every one of you. No longer are we going to allow other countries to drain our wealth, and it has been drained,” said Trump.


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